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    There are two jigs on the mysterious Michael Kerry’s great CD, Rocky Road, Culhane’s and Folan’s. But, I can’t find a word or a note about either tune. Anyone got any clues?

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    Well, from what I have heard from others, he wrote three named tunes of the four tunes in track 9, so that is my clue that he might have written other tunes on the CD.

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    There are two jigs on the mysterious Michael Kerry’s great CD, Rocky Road, Culhane’s and Folan’s. But, I can’t find a word or a note about either tune. Anyone got any clues?
    Both sets of tunes are common traditional tunes and can be found in notation form on the.session.org website

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